Samsung’s Live Translate will soon support third-party apps

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Samsung just announced that Live Translate, part of its Galaxy AI suite, will be compatible with third-party apps. So, you will be able to enjoy this useful AI-powered feature directly from some of your favorite messaging apps. It will even support the voice translation function.

Released with the Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy AI includes multiple AI features, but not all of them are compatible with third-party apps. For example, the Summary function is compatible with Samsung’s voice recorder app. The Live Translate function for voice calls is compatible with Samsung’s Dialer app. However, the company has expanded Live Translate compatibility, including real-time voice translation.

“Live Translate” Galaxy AI feature will be compatible with third-party apps

Being able to use Live Translate in third-party messaging apps will make the communication experience much more practical. It is a big deal not only for normal users, but for the professional segment as well. It will make it easier for you to stay in touch with either foreign friends or business partners, removing language barriers. All thanks to the power of AI.

For now, Samsung has not shared more specific details about supported apps. It would be good news if messaging apps as popular as WhatsApp or Telegram were on the list. According to the company, user privacy is a key aspect for them. Live Translate is proof of this, since all processing will be on-device, without resorting to the cloud. Samsung wants people to always be in control of the data they share.

Samsung also generated hype around Galaxy AI in its upcoming foldable flagships. According to the company, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 will get a specially adapted version of the suite. So, it is possible that the company includes some new features not available on current compatible Galaxy devices.

Lastly, Samsung wants its Galaxy AI suite to get bigger and more functional. The company promises to continue investing to bring advanced features powered by artificial intelligence to more and more Galaxy products.

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